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Christine Tuttle Interior Design
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Bulthaup Kitchen, room elements by Christine Tuttle Interior Design, Boston
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Bulthaup Kitchen, room elements by Christine Tuttle Interior Design, Boston
This kitchen, designed and installed in 2008, was the hub of a design I did for a dark, unimaginative, 9,000 sq. foot house in a Boston suburb. It needed to incorporate light and have clean lines yet feel warm and engaging. A variety of woods, stone and metal materials, as well as more fragile materials
A question to Ms. Tuttle: I'm curious as to what part of this kitchen you actually designed? It is impolite to take credit for other peoples' work.
Doors and windows were custom. Please contact Christine Tuttle Interior Design at www.christinetuttle.com for information.
scandinavian- It is a design movement characterized by simplicity, minimalism and functionality.
“light” — peilin87
LASC Studio
Summerhouse Skåne
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Modern Style Decorating Styles How to Get That Modern Scandinavian Look It's not all stark design and clean lines. Scandinavian decorating is surprisingly warm and ventures
Accent color. It's not as stern as all that. In fact, Scandinavian design is playful and fun. Colorful rugs, art, furniture and flowers abound. The backdrop might be white, but color is everywhere. 5. A mix of styles and eras. While Scandinavian design is known for clean, geometric lines, that doesn't mean
may be familiar with the famous names of Scandinavian design, there is still the question of putting a room together. How do we achieve that warm but clean look? Here are a few pointers. What you need to decorate like a Scandinavian: 1. Wood. There is no such thing as wall-to-wall carpet in Sweden.
“Contrast” — humanoid22
Jeanette Lunde
My white Scandinavian home. Splash of colors. Old & new. Always in change.
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My white Scandinavian home. Splash of colors. Old & new. Always in change.
White Scandinavian room /w old and new feel gives the room a sense of history and warmth
Danish designers have always been passionate about good design. They believe strongly that good design improves lives and should be affordable to all. White walls and white floors punctuated with splashes
Bright and white. Yes, Scandinavian homes do tend to use a lot of white, and with good reason. During those long, cold winters when the sun barely rises in the sky, white floors and
Bright white unifies this jumble of dining chairs, giving the set a modern Scandinavian farmhouse look.See the rest of this home
Bright white goes well with sunlight. This dining room has "spare Scandinavian" written all over it.
“Light fixture” — Owen Vracin
Holly Marder
The home of Yvonne and Boris
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It’s mix and match, blending Scandinavian and English design styles,”
cowriter of Decorate. “It’s mix and match, blending Scandinavian and English design styles,” Eijkenduijn says.
The couple's light and bright dining room exemplifies the feel of the entire home. Eijkenduijn can’t pinpoint the look as any single style but agrees with the description “Scandinavian pretty” offered by Joanna Copestick, cowriter
Eijkenduijn can’t pinpoint the look as any single style but agrees with the description “Scandinavian pretty” offered by Joanna Copestick, cowriter of Decorate. “It’s mix and match, blending Scandinavian and English design styles,” Eijkenduijn says.
Eijkenduijn can’t pinpoint the look as any single style but agrees with the description ‘Scandinavian pretty’ offered by Joanna Copestick, cowriter of Decorate. ‘It’s mix and match, blending Scandinavian and English design styles,’ Eijkenduijn says.
“White table” — Krista Collins Garland
Jeanette Lunde
My white Scandinavian home. Splash of colors. Old & new. Always in change.
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My white Scandinavian home. Splash of colors. Old & new. Always in change.
The final touch in a Danish home is candles. Everyone lights candles all the time to create hygge, which loosely translates as atmosphere or coziness. No Danish home is complete without a few burning candles. Create your own hygge by burning
this white-on-white design with Scandinavian modern flair. I love a good decked-out Christmas tree (all white lights of course), but I love bare branches with ornaments even more.
The final touch in a Danish home is candles.
translates as atmosphere or coziness. No Danish home is complete without a few burning candles. Create your own hygge by burning a few simple, unscented candles in each room of your house.More:8 Nordic Secrets to Exude True Warmth at HomeHow to Get That Modern Scandinavian Look
“candles” — teunis1
Terrat Elms Interior Design
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This Old House - Cambridge
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scandinavian influence. wood counter tops
Kitchen design, use of pine, clean lines
Lovely Kitchen! Scandinavian charm for sure!!
Scandinavian style kitchen
Terrat Elms Interior Design
scandinavian charm...Danish chair update
“dishwasher and trash bins probably below could put garbage disposal in small sink” — Cindy Stevenson
LASC Studio
Summerhouse Skåne
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Simplicity of design - this is spartan but I like the basic principle.
woodburning stove: No Danish home is complete without a woodburning stove. This one sits in the middle of a large, airy room — another key component of Danish style. The rooms are never cluttered, so even a small area feels spacious.
traditional Danish architecture: it's a reworking of a farmhouse in a minimal palette.
No Danish home is complete without a woodburning stove. This one sits in the middle of a large, airy room — another key component of Danish style
Die Designer griffen auf eine minimale Materialpalette zurück. Zum Einsatz kamen fast ausschließlich Kiefernholz, Beton und Gips. „Wir begriffen die Beschränkung
“love the clean lines in this room and the light” — cloud52
LASC Studio
Summerhouse Skåne
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side benefit to the bolt-together construction is the ease of replacement if a part becomes damaged. Pros: Even, prolonged heat; decorative classic design; replaceable components. Cons: Long heat-up times; heavy weight; higher maintenance; higher price. Choosing between steel and cast iron often comes
dissolve into the plaster, making the glimpses of the outdoors seamless with the rest of the house. The team at LASC also decided to add a renovated 1960s Danish stove. The beautiful piece adds a rustic and authentic touch.
dissolve into the plaster, making the glimpses of the outdoors seamless with the rest of the house. The team at LASC Studio added a renovated 1960s Danish stove. The beautiful piece adds a rustic and authentic touch.
“Window” — legallg
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